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Ashes 2019: Ben Stokes evokes memories of Ian Botham & Andrew Flintoff

BBC News Sunday, 25 August 2019
Ben Stokes has played two innings of a lifetime in the space of six weeks - the latest fuelled by a "knock-off Nando's and two Yorkie bars".
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News video: Ben Stokes: 'Knock-off Nando's' fuelled match-winning Ashes innings

Ben Stokes: 'Knock-off Nando's' fuelled match-winning Ashes innings 01:16

England all-rounder Ben Stokes reveals his preparation for his inspirational match-winning innings against Australia at Headingley was a "knock-off Nando's" and Yorkie bars. Stokes' magnificent 135 not out saw England scrape home in the third Test, draw the series level and 1-1 and prevent Australia...

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